The firm will use the event to showcase the new Espace and Megane ranges, as well as its line-up of tax-friendly dCi diesel engines.
Keith Hawes, director, fleet and LCV operations, said: 'There are three fundamental reasons why we are keen to attend. One, we are impressed with the new format. Two, the audience is going to be more wide-ranging and three, 2003 is the year of Megane.
'It is Car of the Year, there are two body styles already available and this year will see the launch of Scenic, coupe-cabriolet, saloon and Sport Tourer, for which the fleet market is crucial.